A collaborative project between Sharon Haward & Ivilina Kouneva
Artist - a-n The Artists Information Company
A month on, learning and doing at Airspace Gallery
The March of the Artists will see three artists; a theatre maker, Eve Robertson, a photographer, John-Paul Brown, and me, Lauren Sagar, a visual artist, walking the 250 miles from Manchester to London over 26 days, starting on 29th July […]
A photographic journey around my field.
Meanderings through art and philosophy, practice and research interwoven
Titled ‘The Planetary Garden: Cultivating Coexistence’, Manifesta 12, the roving European art biennial, explores ideas around how life forms meet and adapt to coexist, while also aiming to put down roots in its host city of Palermo, Sicily – but who is doing the ground work?
The A-N bursary will enable me to undertake a confectionery short course, where I will acquire the skills to explore sugar as a sculptural and edible material in relation to the female body and embodiment.
I travelled to Longyearbyen, Svalbard, for a three-week research and development residency.
How and why I do what I do in paint and in drawing.
A blog chronicling participation in the Letterpress Workers International Summit 2018 in Milan, supported by a bursary from a-n The Artists Information Company.
The micro-organisation Somewhere (just me & Nina Pope, usually) is now three years into an epic programme of distribution and engagement work with our feature film, The Closer We Get, which premiered in spring 2015 at Hot Docs in Canada […]
A Technical Report on Drawing as Octochronoplasmantic Evidence || Meta-Neuronic Design for Impossible Theatres
I am an artist and curator based in Brighton. http://caitlinheffernan.co.uk
A 2 week residency in September 2018 with SERDE in Latvia, exploring the Cold War legacy through the environment, people and objects. Film making will be the medium of choice.
A little introduction to me, and my proposed plan of activity during my a-n Artist Bursary period.
Helping with the Brownfield Sites Research project
My first ever Art Blog outlines events within the last 6 months that changed my whole perspective on being a Visual Artist.
I am delighted to have been chosen as one of the recipients of the AN Professional Development Bursaries 2018. This blog will act as a visual diary following the stages of exploring the relationship between image making and the 3d form within my sculptural practice.
In May 2018 I spent 12 consecutive days drawing in John O’Groats Mill. The Mill has been in the same family since 1750. The current building dates from 1901. The last corn was milled in 2001 by Magnus Houston. Inspired by […]
A digital archive of my residency at Ritherdon & Co – a manufacturer in Darwen- to produce a commission for The National Festival of Making that took place in Blackburn on the 12th and 13th May 2018.
Scents of Our Time aims to reveal the capacity contemporary candle making has for social comment and responsive creative action.
Securing a place on the a-n Visual Arts coaching course was the nudge I needed to propel me into an area of artist development that has great meaning to me.
‘On The Mend’ I was awarded (for the 2nd time), a craft residency in Newfoundland for the Crafts Council of Newfoundland and Labrador. Based at the Julia Ann Walsh Centre, an old cottage hospital, my temporary studio was in the […]
It’s almost 2 years since lichens first caught my attention while artist-in-residence at Sumburgh Head Lighthouse in Shetland, and they continue to inspire and intrigue like a good thriller! I get lost in research, reading of the wolf lichen, apparently […]
Coastal lichens. Bands of coloured lichens on the cliff face from below the high tide to the cliff top at Brough Harbour, Caithness. Common names: Sea tar – black sea star- tan crab eye – white sea ivory – shaggy […]